Re: affect/object

From: Jason Beeland (
Date: 03/19/01

> it will require a bit of change, however, look at the 128bit patch

As i recall this is the solution which changes to a string, using letters
(upper and lower case) as the bits to set/unset.  If you are interested in
a more novel approach, I suggest you take a look at the 128bit workaround
in the SMAUG code base.  It might give you some interesting ideas.  In
this solution, the author used 4 32-bit long intergers in an array for a
bitfield, and used bitshift math in a define to "intelligently" know which
bit in which interger to flip.  Cute idea, seems to work well also.

Jason Beeland, aka Veritus Silverun
"You can never have too much hardware, just too few IRQ's."

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